OpenFHE: Open-Source Fully Homomorphic Encryption

Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) is a cryptographic primitive that enables performing computations over encrypted data without having access to the secret key. In this Help Net Security video, Prof. Kurt Rohloff, CTO at Duality, talks about Open-Source Fully Homomorphic Encryption (OpenFHE). The post OpenFHE: Open-Source Fully Homomorphic Encryption appeared first on Help Net Security.

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Researchers create key tech for quantum cryptography commercialization

In modern cryptosystems, users generate public and private keys that guarantee security based on computational complexity and use them to encrypt and decrypt information. However, recently, modern public-key cryptosystems have faced potential security loopholes against quantum computers with great computational power. As a solution, quantum cryptosystems have been highly noticed. They use quantum keys that […]

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Q-Day: The problem with legacy public key encryption

In the power circles where policy and technology meet, there always seems to be someone with his or her “hair on fire” about some issue or another, and it can be difficult to differentiate between a serious matter, hype and political theater. When it comes to the looming threat to existing cryptography methods, however, the […]

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OpenSSL version 3.0.5 fixes a flaw that could potentially lead to RCE

The development team behind the OpenSSL project fixed a high-severity bug in the library that could potentially lead to remote code execution. The maintainers of the OpenSSL project fixed a high-severity heap memory corruption issue, tracked as CVE-2022-2274, affecting the popular library. This bug makes the RSA implementation with 2048 bit private keys incorrect on such machines and triggers […]

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